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Cecil Street Before

Prior to its development, Cecil Street was one part of an old sea front which ran from the junction at Market Street to Stanley Street. The street was named after Sir Cecil Clementi Smith, Governor of the Straits Settlements between 1887 and 1893. Smith Street and Clementi Road are two other streets in Singapore similarly named after him. The street had initially begun as an extension of neighbouring Chinatown but had soon became part of a bustling commercial centre complementing Raffles Place by the 1930s. Urban renewal and deregulation of rent control between the 1960s and 1970s saw the rows of shophouses and classical European buildings lining the street being replaced by the modern buildings of today.

Cecil Street After

Today, Cecil Street stands as one of the key streets within the Central Business Districts, with prominent commercial buildings such as the Capital Tower, GB Building, Cecil House, Tung Ann Association Building, Aviva Building, LKN Building, Keck Seng Tower, The Octagon and Tong Eng Building. With many of these buildings continuing to be the offices of international banks and financial institutions, it is no surprise that Cecil Street has sealed its status as Singapore’s financial centre.

• Located in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District, surrounded by landmarks such as the Marina Bay Financial Centre and SGX Centre (Singapore Exchange)
• 5 minutes walk from CBD
• Accessible amenities such as Cold Storage Supermarket, Amoy Street food centre and Lau Pa Sat food centre.
• Nearest MRT Stations are Raffles Place, Telok Ayer and Tanjong Pagar.

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